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Roulette Systems / Re: NEW SYSTEM: SINGLE DOZEN
« Last post by Reyth on Today at 04:55:47 AM »

This is the closest thing I have ever seen to a universal forum system creation collaboration!

And grats to 50K views! :D
I bet HARRYJ is smiling in his grave. At least he left with a bang.

Its so amazing but I thought the same thing! :D
Roulette Systems / Re: Double Dozens
« Last post by Reyth on Today at 04:54:42 AM »
LOL on denying basic statistics.
Gambling Philosophy / Re: Hot.
« Last post by Reyth on Today at 04:49:47 AM »
In the view that you are using, you missed the numbers:

21 20 14 13

Which are the truly hot numbers in this sequence.

The LotT MUST produce a group of numbers that is hotter than  the rest; its simply a statistical fact.  The LotT is not 37 spins but the length of the entire sequence.  I have seen these numbers persist with no larger gap than 26 spins for thousands of spins.  I prefer chooing the hottest DS from the sequence for my bet selection because of reduced cost.
Roulette Systems / Re: Double Dozens
« Last post by Real on Today at 03:51:01 AM »
maximum 10-15. That is the importance.

That maximum is related to the number of spins that you will witness over time.  Unfortunately there is no maximum that you can rely in order to build a successful progression.
Gambling Philosophy / Re: Hot.
« Last post by Real on Today at 03:28:31 AM »
Gambling Philosophy / Re: Hot.
« Last post by mr j on Today at 03:28:01 AM »
Whats 7 or red 32!?

Come on you guys!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Gambling Philosophy / Re: Hot.
« Last post by mr j on Today at 03:20:34 AM »
I choose to not participate in something "you people" are lunatics about. How often are you PLAYING at a casino instead of going on and on about unicorns and rainbows? Get out in the real world Micky and do some damage at the casino. Stop with the fluff nonsense.

Gambling Philosophy / Re: Hot.
« Last post by MickyP on Today at 03:05:33 AM »
@Palestis. Nice answer to the question. I agree that one should try and catch hot numbers when they are warming up. Playing these numbers for a limited number of consecutive spins can produce wins but can just as easily create losses. Even biased numbers can sleep for hundreds of spins as one poster in another thread mentioned. Biased numbers are also subject to variance and as such betting on them to hit is an illusion of higher expectation.

The question is a simple one; "How do you define Hot?"
Palestis, you and Reyth got to the point in your posts but the rest, it seems, believe that there must be a sinister motive of some sort. Mr j recently published a system using hot numbers but I doubt if he has a definition of a hot number. Maybe he'll make the definition up as we go along.
Roulette Strategy Discussion / Re: Dealer Signature
« Last post by Real on Today at 02:30:45 AM »
If the casino does not believe that dealer signature is possible, why do they rotate dealers out every half hour or so.  I don't know of any job where an employee gets so many breaks   

To break up the game, to keep dealers fresh in order to reduce errors, to give players the feeling that they have a fresh shot at making money and reduce the odds of theft via dealer/player collusion such as past posting and marking wrong numbers.


And from what I understand, casinos outside the US alternate their spins from clockwise to counterclockwise.  Why so much precaution if dealer signature provides no edge?

The reason the wheels alternate is mainly because of wheel bias.  Over the last 100 years and even more, casinos were spanked by biased wheel players.  Changing the direction can change the numbers which perform as bias. 

On a fast table, where dealers pick up the ball and spin almost robotically every 45 seconds seems like it would give you the ability to predict sections that hit to overcome the 5% house edge.  I would think even the AP guys would agree with this

Yes dealers can section on a wheel if it has the right conditions.

1. Strong dominant ball drop.
2. Reasonable ball bounce/scatter.
 However AP players don't rely on the dealer, as it's terribly inefficient.  We don't need to the dealer to be "on our side" or section shoot for us.  Many APs can predict where the ball will land without the dealer's cooperation and we don't need to see where the dealer even releases the ball... VB doesn't depend on it.

There's no real magic to how the numbers are placed these days.  In the old days a biased wheel would have stood out more quickly if you'd have had the wheel in a numeric layout (1,2,3,4...) and the dozens could have theoretically turned into reasonable bets for certain biased wheels.  You could also imagine how beneficial it would be for VB players to simply lay an outside bet for a section of the wheel.  However, these days wheels are better made and there's less reason to mix the numbers as they lay on the wheel.  There are also racetrack bets available for players that choose to bet a section of the wheel.

So Fydor, why do you feel the way the numbers are placed on the wheel is magical?

Roulette Strategy Discussion / Re: Dealer Signature
« Last post by MickyP on Today at 02:24:22 AM »
@Fyodor. I think you did a great job explaining the importance of number placement on the single zero wheel. To explain it any better to those who don't understand you'd have to use

@Scarface. Sound reasoning but a pictorial timeline of different croupiers at the same table and close up pictures of the wheel spinning both ways would eliminate any confusion.
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